|Life in Trinidad ... - Elspeth Duncan|
Comparitively speaking, it is faster
Keywords: Trinidad; fast; Port-of-Spain; twin towers
|"After many days": a memoir. Being a sketch of the life and labours of Rev. Alexander Kennedy, first Presbyterian missionary to Trinidad, founder of Greyfriars church, and its pastor for fourteen years: January 1836-December 1849. With introduction by Rev. R. E. Welsh .. - Franklin, C. B|
Keywords: Kennedy, Alexander, 1804-1892; Greyfrairs Church (Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago)
|1934 Rio, Trinidad - Mrs. J. Shipley Dixon|
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Keywords: Cruise ships; Tourism; Gardens; Parks; Rio de Janeiro; Brazil; Port of Spain; Trinidad; Ocean voyages; Philadelphia suburbs
|UCS 007 Jefferson on Walcottâs Poetics of Caribbean Colonial Modernity (Castries / Port of Spain) - Benjamin Fraser|
UCS 007 Jefferson on Walcottâs Poetics of Caribbean Colonial Modernity (Castries / Port of Spain) (15 September 2013) Conversational interview inspired by scholar Ben Jeffersonâs article âNew Jerusalems: Derek Walcottâs poetics of the Caribbean city,â published in the Journal of Urban Cultural Studies (1.2, 2014). Topics range from readings/analyses of specific excerpts of poems written by celebrated poet Walcott (Nobel Prize in Literature, 1992) to the ideas of Antonio BenÃtez-Rojo, Hen...
Keywords: Castries; St. Lucia; Port of Spain; Trinidad; Derek Walcott; poetry; colonial modernity; urban cultural studies; Ben Jefferson; V. S. Naipaul; Henri Lefebvre; Antonio BenÃtez-Rojo